Short guide to soil microscopy
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- Julian Chollet, Akvilė Paukštytė (design), Fernando “Nano” Castro
This booklet was produced in the framework of the project series "UROŠ - Ubiquitous Rural Open Science Hardware" (1), a collaboration of the Global Hackteria Network and mikroBIOMIK Society (2), humus Sapiens, Gathering for Open Science Hardware (3) and Ayllu Cooperativa (4). The artistic community and education laboratory GT22 (5) and it’s HeklabGT22 has offered the research location during "UROŠ Temporary Autonomous Lab" in Maribor 2021.
Microbial ecosystems create the conditions for our survival on planet earth: they establish and modulate all our habitats, our climate as well as our health and mood. Cooperation with microbes is the only reasonable strategy for all larger form of life - including humans.
Fertile soil is the basis of civilization. Empires rise and fall with the cultivation and degradation of land. Industrialized agriculture leads to a loss of soil structure, nutrient degradation and contamination - ultimately breaking down ecosystems and eroding the soil to infertile desert.
Let’s see who actually lives down there. Maybe they are still willing to collaborate.
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